Someone has remade The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim using the Unreal Engine 5 and the results are absolutely incredible.
The incredible remake has been created by Christian Gomm, a talented freelance environmental artist. Known as Hall00117 on Twitter, Christian has created the likes of Riverwood Village from Skyrim and even the Kvatch Oblivion Gate from Elder Scrolls 4.
In the description of the Riverwood video, Christian explains that the recreation includes a mixture of photo scanned assets and materials. In total, with all the assets combined, there was a polycount ranging from 100,000 to 15 million triangles.
A glimpse into the future?
An earlier video which showcases the Kvatch Oblivion Gate is equally as impressive and gives us a glimpse of what a remake of The Elder Scrolls 4 could look like. However, I can’t see Bethesda ever remaking Oblivion, but you never know.
Furthermore, while the Unreal Engine 5 won’t power the Elder Scrolls 6, the recreation from Christian Gomm also gives us a taste of what we might expect from the upcoming release. Though we still don’t have a date for the game which was revealed four years ago.
If you want to keep up to date with the talents of Christian Gomm, you can check out their ArtStation page which is full of interesting development insights.
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Featured Image Credit: Christian Gomm